Topwater whiting fishing on lures is fun, exciting and accessible to anyone living along the Aussie coastline. Today’s interview focuses on one of the original “whiting on poppers” destinations though, Tuross Lake – and to take us there is gun angler and Tuross local Steve Starling.
Wayne “Mr Freshwater” Dubois has been trout fishing the river and streams of southern NSW for decades and has racked up countless quality fish over that time. Today he shares some tips for early in the season when the water is cold and clear and the trout are aggressive.
The greater Sydney area has no shortage of fishing opportunities for lure tossers, as today’s guest Luke Kay shares in this interview. From the bays and estuaries to the ocean rocks, Luke takes us through where he likes to go in search of fish.
Carl Dubois is one of Australia’s very successful kayak bream champions and in today’s episode he shares his tips and advice for fishing his home waters of Botany Bay and the Georges River.
Schooling kingfish turning shorelines to froth as they smash jelly prawns and anchovies? It’s a special kind of fishing on Sydney’s doorstep and it requires some special techniques, as Justin Duggan explains in episode 623.
The Georges River and Port Hacking systems are Josh Carpenters back yard and he loves nothing better than putting in some quality time on the bream in this area. Josh is a multiple-time ALF guest and always shares valuable info to help our listeners. Today’s episode is no exception.
Tristan Sloan grew up chasing jewfish from the rock walls and headlands of the Ballina area and now has returned to his old stomping grounds to continue his success at luring jewfish.
Lake Mulwala really starts to fire in the cooler months of the year, and for the Murray Cod enthusiast now is the time to start hitting the water! In today’s episode local guide and Mulwala native Jack Hocking shares his tips for targeting Murray Cod in this storage.